Shouldn't have to be the case. Once a manufacturer or carrier releases an OTA update, it should be considered stable. In fact, the usually release OTA's in waves to asses the impact on users, so any issues can be detected quickly.danieltoronto wrote: ↑Dec 1st, 2017 5:18 pmThe rule of thumb of using low end phone is that "if it ain't broke do not fix it".
Nothing wrong waiting a month until things have settled down before updating after all complaints are heard. That has been my usual approach. Thus I am still using the phone with zero problem
That also applies to pc too. (eg Win 7 to Win 10)
My suggestion is fool proof too. Things go wrong the phone goes back to Amazon. Big deal
I don't use Windows. I use Linux, and OS updates are stable. I used to do a fresh install on major updates, but that doesn't seem to make any difference anymore.
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